General counsel are most anxious about compliance matters, a worry that is surpassing their concern about outside counsel costs, according to a new study.
The study, released Oct. 23, shows that 86 percent of 169 companies surveyed in 2005 say their main concern is “keeping track of company activities that might have legal implications.”
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